Major Campaign Speeches 1952

Author: Adlai Ewing Stevenson
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... conclusion of his remarks, and meanwhile any reference to Republican
iniquities will be wholly unintentional! Here in Richmond tonight, in Virginia, rich
both in history and in the knowledge of its history, I am moved to talk for a few
minutes of the past. This is not an idle task. We can chart our future clearly and
wisely only when we know the path which has led to the present. A great
American philosopher has said that those who can't remember the past are
condemned to live it again.

Women And Rebel Communities In The Cuban Insurgent Movement 1952 1959

Author: Linda A. Klouzal
Publisher: Cambria Press
ISBN: 1604975253
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Because we fought for every single Cuban to enjoy exactly the same things I
enjoy today: a place to live and a pension to rely on even though it might be a
humble one. Petra expressed concern about the hostile relationship the U.S.
government has had with her country. Toward the end of our interview, she talked
about three Americans who during the insurgency slipped away from the
Guantanamo naval base and offered their services to Castro. The MR-26-7 hid
these men at Petra's ...


Author: Felton Johnston
ISBN: 1435710428
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He has proven it again and again.” However much ... “Now you may be thinking
to yourself: 'It doesn't matter to me that Gene Tuttle got taken in by Jimmy Biddle,
and all this talk about disloyalty is just campaign talk to paint Jimmy as a bad
fellow.' Well, I beg to ... “We live under a system of laws – our precious
Constitution put in place by the founders of this country to safeguard your rights
and mine, and laws passed by your elected officials for our protection and benefit
. But as sound ...

Debut Chicago 1952

Author: Frank Holland
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469101440
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or the man offered it afterward as a bribe to keep him silent. Yet I had the
impression that Svend's hatred was not genuine. “I cannot lose this ring,” he said.
“I have tried. But I always keep finding it again. ... We live here permanently.” I
added that I was not out cruising, just beer—drinking while my lover was visiting
his relatives. “Oh.” I saw then that he had misunderstood. He thought I suggested
he rent a room so we could pass the security guard at the elevators and be
allowed up to the ...

Play It Again Cover Songs In Popular Music

Author: Professor George Plasketes
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409494004
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But the composer couldn't conceal glee at the prospect of increased visibility and
broadened sales. With numerous versions of the same song being played on
pianos, victrolas, juke boxes, and in live performances by multiple artists, the
songwriter's ultimate dream of producing a life-time "standard" was within reach.
The test of particular songs attaining long-range impact is not the immediate
cover, but the future cover. From 1933 to 1952 only a handful of the thousands of
songs ...

The New York Times Encyclopedia Of Film 1952 1957

Author: Gene Brown
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"Let's quit." "Mind is a peculiar thing." Griffith mused. "Barbara said she wasn't
sorry we went through it. but I wouldn't want to do it again. It was an experience
few people get to go through. I always used to say. 'Why does so-and- so do so-
and-so! Why don't he think!' and there I was doing the same thing and one day I
said, 'I'm doing the same thing and I'm not going to do it any more' and I didn't. I
had to grow up. I don't think I'll have that much trouble again. I'll be able to lead
two lives.

Film Composers In America

Author: Clifford McCarty
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780195114737
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... Miserahles (1925) Riesenfeld Les Miserahles (1935) Newmen Les Miserahles
(1952) North Less Thon the Dust (1916) Howe Lest We Forget (1918) Beynon Let
Freedom Ring (1939) Lenge Let It Be Me (1936) Spencer, N. Let Katie Do It (
1916) Furst Let No Mon Write My Epitaph (1960) Duning Let Us Live (1939)
Rathaus Let's Ask Nostradamus (1953) Kopp, R. Let's Be Happy (1957) Sendrey
Let's Be Ritzy (1934) Ward, E. Let's Donce (1950) Dolen Let's Do It Again (1953)
Duning ...


Author: Rob Edelman
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
ISBN: 146162519X
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He'd say, 'But you fired me,' and I'd say, 'If you were fired, which I never knew
about, it was my producers, Norman and Irving Pincus.' He kept doing this for five
years, and finally he said it again and I suddenly came up with the answer. I said,
'Walter, we fired you so you could go on to better things.' He started ... Yet in “For
Goodness Sake” (January 28, 1952) and “Man at Bay” (April 7, 1952), he again
was an extra. One of his more interesting early TV projects was a supporting role
in ...

The Encyclopedia Of Film

Author: James Monaco
Publisher: Perigee
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... Sealed Verdict 1948; So Evil My Love 1948; It Happens Every Spring 1949;
Copper Canyon 1950; A Life of Her Own 1950; A Woman of Distinction 1950;
Circle of Danger 1951; Close to My Heart 1951; Night Into Morning 1951;
Rhubarb 1951; Bugles in the Afternoon 1952; Something to Live For 1952; The
Thief 1952; Jamaica Run 1953; Let's Do It Again 1953; Dial M For Murder 1954;
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing 1955; A Man Alone 1955 (a,d); Lisbon 1956 (a,
assoc.p,d); Three ...

What Does Flipflops Have To Do With A Wedgie

Author: John Angus Jacobs
ISBN: 0557276373
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Obama... I am not that crazy! This brotha could be the H.N.I.C. one day (that's with
an “a” or “ro” depends on where you are from. Stop playing!)... No, I am just
making another conscious analogy of history's cultural spaghetti junction. Wow!!!
This is really exciting stuff! The African culture believes that if you don't know your
past you are subject to live it again... “Egghead” is the nickname Richard Nixon
gave to the Governor of Illinois, Adlai Stevenson, in the 1952 Presidential